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Design movement you most identify with: “Archizoom Associati, a collective of Italian architects and designers who were part of the radical architecture movement of the 1960s and 70s. I like their style, with its crazy color patterns and marble and waves. But I’m most fascinated by their grandiose dream of the futuristic No-Stop-City. It was to be an endless, artificially lit, and air-conditioned city, modeled after a supermarket. This would have been a pretty nice place to hang out, I think. Archizoom describes their intentions: ‘Considering architecture as an intermediate stage of urban organization that has to be overstepped, No-Stop-City establishes a direct link between metropolis and furnishing objects: the city becomes a series of beds, tables chairs and cupboards; the domestic and urban furniture fully coincide.’”